Hey “BD beauties”!
Today I’m coming to you with a review of the Anastasia Beverly hills couture palette, which was released as a limited edition palette. Two palettes were released at the same time, the artist palette and the couture palette and the latter was what I felt as the most complete palette.
My experience with the product.
I was browsing through for a new palette from Anastasia and there were two out at the time, instantly I had to get the couture palette because of the mix. I’m a sucker for a perfect matte black and beautiful matte browns to blend into the crease and this had both! ‘Noreviir’, the perfect black created by Anastasia is by far my absolute favorite black ever since it came into the market. Some of you might notice black turning into a greyish blue tone when blending out and this shade will not do that.
The palette also has wonderful and vibrant shimmer shades such as heirloom, bellini, pink champagne, chic, spoiled, azure, intense gaze and metallic.
Almost all the shades a very pigmented to begin with but there is is one shade ‘spoiled’ which I was very disappointed about. It swatched terribly and what I got was most specs of glitters.
The palette comes with a good size mirror that you can actually use as opposed to the bad quality mirrors that used to come in their palettes before. The longevity of the shades on a basic eye primer or a bit of concealer is amazing and fading is not evident.
This is by far my favorite palette from Anastasia with the exception of one shade, which was not swatching well.